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Polymer Structure Characterisation: From Nano to Macro: Morphological Its Molecular Origins

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Crystalline organic materials and polymers exhibit a range of degrees of organisation which dictates their physical properties. This organisation a morphology is a consequence of a complex interplay of a number of competing factors. This book attempts to bring together and simply present in a logical fashion the way in which molecular interactions lead to the observed morphologies. The book is aimed at undergraduates/postgraduates who are interested in materials issues. The book is arranged into self-contained chapters on various aspects of materials science and as such are self-contained discussions of topics such as: organic crystal, liquid crystals, plastic crystals, polymer morphology, polymer crystallization, amorphous glassy materials, polymer surfaces, polymer phase separation and structure and organisation in materials. A good knowledge of physical chemistry or chemical physics would be appropriate, however, many of the topics are discussed in such a manner that a detailed knowledge or mathematics or chemistry is not essential for an appreciation of the material presented. The book should provide complementary material for a range of courses in materials science, molecular chemistry and chemical physics.

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A textbook aimed at polymer and material scientists, but also of interest to chemists and physicists studying organic materials.

Synopsis:

Polymer Structure Characterization: From Nano to Macro Organization discusses in a systematic fashion the way in which molecular interactions influence observed morphologies. This textbook is primarily aimed at polymer and material scientists but would also be of interest to chemists and physicists studying the properties of organic materials. It provides complimentary material for a range of courses in materials science, molecular chemistry and chemical physics.

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Low molar mass organic materials and polymers exhibit a range of physical properties that are dependent on their ability to undergo self organisation. The degree and extent of the molecular organisation depends on a complex interplay of inter and intra molecular interactions. Polymer Structure Characterization: From Nano to Macro Organization discusses in a systematic fashion the way in which molecular interactions influence observed morphologies. Topics include: organic crystals, liquid crystals, plastic crystals, polymer morphology, polymer crystallization, amorphous glassy materials, polymer surfaces, polymer phase separation and structure, and a brief introduction to organisation in naturally occurring materials. This textbook is primarily aimed at polymer and material scientists but would also be of interest to chemists and physicists studying the properties of organic materials. It provides complimentary material for a range of courses in materials science, molecular chemistry and chemical physics.

Synopsis:

Crystalline organic materials and polymers exhibit a range of degrees of organisation which dictates their physical properties. This organisation morphology is a consequence of a complex interplay of a number of competing factors. This book brings together and presents in a logical fashion the way in which molecular interactions lead to the observed morphologies.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Concept of Structure Property Relationships in Molecular Solids and Polymers; Chapter 2: Crystal Growth in Small Molecular Systems; Chapter 3: Liquid Crystalline State of Matter; Chapter 4: Plastic Crystals; Chapter 5: Morphology of Crystalline Polymers and methods for their investigation; Chapter 6: Polymer Crystal Growth; Chapter 7: Glasses and Amorphous Material; Chapter 8: Polymer Blends and Phase Separation; Chapter 9:Molecular Surfaces; Chapter 10: Polymer Surfaces and Interfaces; Chapter 11: Colloids and Molecular Organization; Chapter 12: Molecular Organisation and Higher Order Structures

Product Details

ISBN:
9780854044665
Author:
Pethrick, Richard A.
Publisher:
Royal Society of Chemistry
Author:
Philip, Hodge
Author:
Pethrick, R.
Author:
Richard
Author:
Pethrick Richard A
Author:
Hodge, Philip
Author:
A Pethrick
Author:
Ruiting, Wang
Author:
Wang, Ruiting
Author:
Richard A. Pethrick
Author:
Royal Society Of Chemistry
Subject:
Molecular structure
Subject:
Material Science
Subject:
Chemistry - Physical & Theoretical
Subject:
Crystallography
Subject:
Chemistry - Organic
Subject:
Materials Science-General
Edition Description:
Hardcover, Paper o/boards
Publication Date:
20070831
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
352
Dimensions:
9.4 x 6.2 x 1 in

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A textbook aimed at polymer and material scientists, but also of interest to chemists and physicists studying organic materials.
"Synopsis" by ,
Polymer Structure Characterization: From Nano to Macro Organization discusses in a systematic fashion the way in which molecular interactions influence observed morphologies. This textbook is primarily aimed at polymer and material scientists but would also be of interest to chemists and physicists studying the properties of organic materials. It provides complimentary material for a range of courses in materials science, molecular chemistry and chemical physics.
"Synopsis" by ,
Low molar mass organic materials and polymers exhibit a range of physical properties that are dependent on their ability to undergo self organisation. The degree and extent of the molecular organisation depends on a complex interplay of inter and intra molecular interactions. Polymer Structure Characterization: From Nano to Macro Organization discusses in a systematic fashion the way in which molecular interactions influence observed morphologies. Topics include: organic crystals, liquid crystals, plastic crystals, polymer morphology, polymer crystallization, amorphous glassy materials, polymer surfaces, polymer phase separation and structure, and a brief introduction to organisation in naturally occurring materials. This textbook is primarily aimed at polymer and material scientists but would also be of interest to chemists and physicists studying the properties of organic materials. It provides complimentary material for a range of courses in materials science, molecular chemistry and chemical physics.
"Synopsis" by , Crystalline organic materials and polymers exhibit a range of degrees of organisation which dictates their physical properties. This organisation morphology is a consequence of a complex interplay of a number of competing factors. This book brings together and presents in a logical fashion the way in which molecular interactions lead to the observed morphologies.
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